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Man Fights To Keep Family's Cheese Curd Stand At State FairOne of the founding family members of the original cheese curds vendor at the Minnesota State Fair is determined to have their booth running in 2017.
Good Question: How Do Stores Decide What's On Sale?If you walk into any Target or Walmart, you might see paper towels on sale one day, toothpaste the next and laundry detergent after that.
Thousands Of Elder Abuse Reports In Minnesota Never Investigated In PersonLeaders admitted to Jennifer Mayerle: They're overwhelmed as the number of complaints far outpaces last year.
Minn. Dairy Farms Settle Dispute With Wis. Buyer Over Trade In CanadaA handful of Minnesota dairy farms that faced losing their buyer because of a trade dispute with Canada will keep the buyer after all.
Sen. Klobuchar Continues Fight For Veterans Exposed To Burn PitsSen. Amy Klobuchar has proposed legislation to help veterans exposed to toxic burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan.
School Districts Using Grant Funds To Improve Student LunchesThe Minnesota Department of Health is trying to improve nutrition in local schools.
Man Charged With Arson In St. Paul Church Of Scientology FireProsecutors charged Anthony Odell Johnson with first-degree arson in Ramsey County court on Monday.
Austin's SPAM Museum Hosts First Wedding For English CoupleMark "I LOVE SPAM" Benson and Anne Mousley traveled thousands of miles for the first wedding at the Austin SPAM Museum.
Higher Rates Of Cancer Causing Firefighters To Upgrade GearIt's easy to see why firefighting is among the most dangerous occupations, but it's what you don't see that has many of them scared.
Wander Minneosta: May Is For MuseumsIt’s almost May—and that means it’s Minnesota Museums Month, the annual celebration of all that Minnesota has to offer in the way of museums.
State Patrol Cracks Down On Construction Zone SpeedingMore than 200 active work zones are scheduled throughout the state of Minnesota this construction season.
South Minneapolis Pet Owners On Edge Over Poisoned BreadPet owners are being asked to keep a close eye on their animals after a series of dog poisonings in southeast Minneapolis.

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